#66 enhancement
Ben Sommerville

Form.request does not pass options to form.serialize

Reported by Ben Sommerville | May 1st, 2008 @ 09:18 AM | in 1.7

Form.request calls Form.serialize to get the parameters to post. However it does not pass serialize the options parameter it received. This makes it impossible to specify which submit button was pressed (using options.submit).

A fixed version of Form.request is below


    request: function(form, options)
    {
        form = $(form),options = Object.clone(options || { });

        var params = options.parameters, action = form.readAttribute('action') || '';
        if (action.blank()) action = window.location.href;
        options.hash = true;
        options.parameters = form.serialize(options);

        if (params)
        {
            if (Object.isString(params)) params = params.toQueryParams();
            Object.extend(options.parameters, params);
        }

        if (form.hasAttribute('method') && !options.method)
            options.method = form.method;

        return new Ajax.Request(action, options);
    }


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